2001: Master in Biology at University of Liège (Belgium)
2005: PhD in Evolutionary Biology at the Institute of Science of Evolution at University of Montpellier (ISEM) and at the Centre for Management of Populations (CBGP) in Montpellier (France), together with the University of Liège (Belgium). Topic: Comparative phylogeography of a rodent and one of its nematode parasite.
2005-2008: Postdoctoral research in Evolutionary Ecology, at the Institute of Biology at Leiden University (the Netherlands). Topic: Role of male sex pheromone of the butterfly Bicyclus anynana in mate choice and sexual selection. Funded by a Marie Curie Intra-European Fellowship. Advisor: Paul Brakefield.
From Sep 2008: Professor in Evolutionary Ecology at the University of Louvain-la-Neuve in Belgium. My research group is named “Evolutionary Ecology and Genetics” and I teach also from 2nd year Bachelor to 2nd year Master to students in Biology.